Services and Hours

The Chippewa Valley Free Clinic helps eligible patients with long-term illnesses and problems, such as high blood pressure, asthma, diabetes, and depression. Vaccinations and treatments for minor short-term problems, (e.g., a cold, bronchitis, urinary tract infections, rashes, & flu) are also available. Simple lab tests can be done. Medications ordered by the Clinic doctor or nurse practitioner will be provided at the Clinic.


The Clinic does NOT provide (a) physicals for Workman’s Compensation, (b) Commercial Driver’s License evaluations, (c) testing for STDs (sexually-transmitted diseases) and HIV/AIDS, (d) specialty care (e.g., OB/GYN, cancer) or (e) preventive procedures (e.g., mammogram, colonoscopy). The Clinic does its best to find available resources and/or refer those patients who need these services. Please see Community Healthcare Resources for additional services in the community.


The Clinic does not dispense any controlled substances.
No narcotics are kept on the Clinic property.

Clinic Hours & Services

Other Services

Vaccination Program - click to open page
Healthier You Program - click to open
Sharing Dignity Program - click to open
  • Vaccination Program: Routine immunizations and vaccinations. Click here for more information. 
  • Healthier You: A no-cost wellness program that includes coaching sessions, educational sessions, nutritional guidance, and more. Click Here
  • Sharing Dignity: A program designed to support women struggling to meet basic needs by providing them with feminine hygiene essentials. For more information, Click Here

Clinic Services Card

How do I make an appointment?

Patients who have been previously registered at the Clinic can call (715-839-8477) or stop in during Clinic hours to schedule an appointment. The Clinic is open to take your appointment phone call Monday – Thursday, 8:30 am to 12:00 noon. Patients who have NOT been previously registered at the Clinic are taken on a walk-in basis every Tuesday evening from 4-6 pm and on the 1st and 3rd Thursdays from 9-10 am. New patients will not be able to make appointments until they are registered patients. We encourage new patients to arrive at the beginning of registration as the clinic can fill up quickly.
See the 2020 Patient Handbook for more details.